Once this homemade green tea and lemongrass soap is ready to use, the fragrance will make you feel like you just stepped into a spa.
This is another one of those beginner homemade soap recipes without lye. The honey and lemon give it a clear yellowish tint and the creator of the recipe says it has an uplifting, nourishing scent.
Take this easy no-lye soap recipe for your next experiment. It’s a basic process which could set the stage for your other soap-making experiments.
The bright citrus scent is energizing and smells incredible. This bar has a great scent to wake you up and get rid of strong cooking smells from chopping onions and garlic!
Coconut oil, Shea Butter, Olive oil and castor oil make up the base ingredients of this natural soap along with Kaolin Clay for added slip and of course silk peptide to give the lather it's wonderful texture.
Tea tree oil comes from the leaves of the Melaleuca alternifolia, a shrubby tree native to Australia and New Zealand. It has been used for over 100 years in all kinds of natural products because of its many medicinal properties.
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